It's (a bit past) time for my latest update to my Microsoft codename tracker. Among the new entries is Microsoft 'Vancouver,' which my contacts tell me is a new SQL Azure-related social-networking-inspired service that's in the midst of development.
If you want to find out more about Vancouver, download the May version of my codename tracker here. This PDF is the same chart I use myself to keep up with the codenames of products and technologies coming from Microsoft. This month's edition includes both new codenames and lots of updates to the growing list I'm tracking.
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